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public matters newsletter - July 2015

16 July 2015

In this month's edition the team look at:

  • employee removal requests and assignment on TUPE transfers
  • first Supreme Court judgment on the Public Contract Regulations 2015
  • planning legislation - more changes ahead?
  • implications of the Education and Adoption Bill
  • ordinary residence - clarification from the Supreme Court
  • QOCS - what you need to know!

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Legal updates

VAT reform proposals for the public sector - NHS and government departments

HM Treasury recently issued a consultation paper, VAT and the Public Sector: Reform to VAT refund rules which is relevant for the NHS and government departments. The consultation remains open for responses until 18 November 2020.

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Legal updates

Corporate transparency and register reform: Government response now published

In May 2019 the Government consulted on a range of options to enhance the role of Companies House and increase the transparency of companies and other legal entities. On 18 September 2020 BEIS published the Government's response following a huge response to the consultation.

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Brexit resources

Build back better and gender mainstreaming in public procurement

In the course of dealing with Covid-19 many leaders have talked about ‘build back better’ and inclusivity should be at the heart of it.

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Legal updates

Public matters - September 2020

This month includes The Internal Market Bill, A Plan for Jobs 2020, 'build back better' and procurement, VAT reform for 'section 41' organisations, local government reorganisation, independent review of administrative law, outsourcing and planning.

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